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HYPOTHETICAL SCENARIO: We are living in a global society, people of African descent living in America make a unified decision to migrate back to the African continent. How would that look? How would we be received? Would it be a cultural shock? Would we have a issue with class? What are your thoughts?
Africa and the African American....
The Nurse wonders if it's systemic homophobia or people just hate her sexy boobs, Wanda dares not point out the obvious lest she be strangled with her own wig. Conveniently on cue, Miss Furr steps in with a moment of clarity while the Lab obsesses over a new Slipknot bobblehead figure. The world's gone mad, we're glad it could join us!!
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The Midwest is increasingly becoming a more attractive place to make movies. That's right! Another movie, about, filmed in, created by midwesterners opens the show, tonight. Ted Trent, creator of "Belleville the Movie," and co-stars Tim O'Leary and Cooper Shaw join us to tell about this movie premiering next week in Wherenberg Theaters, and another project on the not so distant horizon.
How does the current drug culture affect you, personally? Tonight, my good friend, Joe Richardson tells his story of how he was touched by the drug culture, how it changed his family, forever, and how it motivated him to fight back against it. Very powerful! You don't want to miss this.
Tom Martz, of the Locke & Smith Foundation gives us a quick rundown of what we can expect in the upcoming Missouri Veto Session.
We go live at 7PM/CST, but you can always listen to the podcast any time, so don't miss this show.
Back by popular demand EPISODE 5 Flashback- The finest in Native American & Indigenous rap, hip hop and R&B from the #1 Urban Rez Entertainment Company In The World", Culture Shock Original. EPISODE 5 Hosted by Marcus Tsosie. Co-Host by Culture Shock Original recording artist and WC American Indian Music Award Nominee Minnesota S.A.G.E., with a Special Interview with Culture Shock Original recording artist and WC American Indian Music Award Nominee Riah. Plus Featured Songs 1. The Council "SHINE WITH IT" featuring The Game, 2. Jot Scripts "Encouragement", 3. R.E.D.D. "Boss Life", 4. L.P. "How You Like Me Now", 5. Picazzo Pablo "Hold Your Close To Me", 6. El Demonio "It's A Wonderful Feeling", 7. Riah "In The Middle"
Episode two! I'll have a chat with another life-long friend, Brian Rovegno, a television programming executive, and all around fun guy. We'll run down the Emmys and anything else happening in pop culture worth talking about. It should be good for some laughs and maybe some snark.
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Actress/Writer/Producer Jacqui Holland will be on to talk about her career in the genre, including such films as Each Time I Kill (2007), Zombies and Assholes (2011), Gingerdead Man 3: Saturday Night Cleaver (2011), Monsters in the Woods (2012), Sorority Party Massacre (2012) and more!
We will also be reviewing Scream Factory's Blu-Ray Release of Pumpkinhead and Lionsgate's The Evil Woods.
We will also be featuring several Metal Blade bands in our Metal Blade Spotlight!
Join Hathor Cuture as we welcome the amazingly talented Tebe Zalango. As a poet, rapper, violinist, and all around musician Tebe is not scared to speak wisdom through his music. He seeks to inspire and liberate the minds of those who need it most.
We continue to ask the question, “What is it about the Black Man that is so threatening”? This second part series is to continue what was not discussed before.
In the events of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and other young men, it was related that they displayed actions to be threatening, and were gunned down as a result. But what about the Black man in everyday life? One who holds down his responsibility to his family, his career, and to his community – what threat does he garner to others in everyday life? How does society close the door on the stereotypes that seem to follow BLACK MEN?
On this week’s episode of Hot Topics Talk Radio, we will address these questions with Black men who will give us raw and untamed answers.
Please join us on Wednesday, August 27, 2014, at 9:00pm PDT/ 11:00pm CDT/ 12:00 Midnight EDT, for “MEN RAW: The Threat of the Black Man”.
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